How to take financial control in 2019

by Brett Cribb, Financial Adviser

If you’re the type of person who likes to be in CONTROL, we can help you make it happen in 2019.

5 key benefits of CONTROL

Financial control gives you choice, opportunity, clarity, confidence and, most importantly, a LOT less stress so that you may live your best life and provide the best for those you love.

Having financial strategies in place for your insurance, super, savings, cash flow, debt management and estate planning is the essential foundation you need for achieving your financial and lifestyle goals… and having the freedom to enjoy life.

Our commitment to you

At Stratus, we believe you should have the opportunity to live your best life and we promise to provide the financial advice, planning, support and understanding you need to do so. This is our promise to you.

To find out more about how we can help you take financial control 2019, please click below:

Business Owners:
Are you Compromising your Personal Prosperity by not Making Regular Super Contributions?

Professionals & Executives:
How Salary Sacrifice May Help You Retire With More

Families:
What I Wish I’d Known – Financial Advice For My Younger Self #1: Three Golden Rules For Money Management

Retirees:
How to Protect the Entire Family #3 Plan early for aged care

It would be our pleasure to meet with you to help you to understand your options for taking control of your financial life this year to enjoy all the possibilities control can bring.

Please call Brett, Steve or James on 3007 2007 or email bcribb@stratusfinancialgroup.com.ausnicholas@stratusfinancialgroup.com.au or jmarshall@stratusfinancialgroup.com.au

 

At Stratus Financial Group, we help families, professionals, executives, business owners and retirees manage their complex financial affairs and coordinate their professional advisers. 

Stratus Financial Group and its advisers are Authorised Representatives of Fortnum Private Wealth Ltd ABN 54 139 889 535 AFSL 357306. This is general advice only and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs, so you should consider whether the advice is relevant to your personal circumstances. You should also read the relevant Product Disclosure Statements (PDS) before making any financial decisions.